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Knicks 102, Nets 73

In their final game of the 2008-2009 season, the Knicks faced a tanking Nets squad (sans Vince Carter, Lucious Harris, and probably some other relevant peoples) and handled them easily. I have pretty much nothing of interest to report from that aspect of the game. What I do have to share is the life-altering performance of Mouhamed Sene, who electrified Madison Square Garden in his five-minute, thirty-five-second Knick career. I took profuse notes during the entire stint, and am now proud to call myself the world's foremost expert on the Knick career of Mouhamed Sene. Here is his line from tonight:

  • 3 minutes
  • 3 points
  • 1-2 shooting from the field (.500)
  • 1-1 free throw shooting (1.000)
  • 5 rebounds (roughly 40 rebounds per 48)
  • 1 turnover
  • 1 block
  • 1 dropped offensive rebound
  • 1 badly mishandled pass
  • 1 turnaround hook off an offensive rebound and the foul
  • 1 fist pump
  • 1 fast break dunk that got completely rejected by Sean Williams
  • 1 utter ego-assault of a Maurice Ager layup attempt
  • 1 bungled alley-oop
  • 1 string of complaints to Dick Bavetta that would probably be unintelligible to anybody, let alone a 69 year-old man who likely has some age-related hearing loss

And there you have it. Sene's time as a Knick will be remembered fondly here at P&T, and you can consider his number 18 retired in these parts. I'll be back tomorrow to kick off an offseason of playoff-watching, prospect-fawning, and reflection. I love you all very much, and so does Mouhamed Sene.